SciScoop is a science and technology news source for anyone interested in cutting-edge science and technology. The site is owned and operated by science journalist David Bradley.
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How long has SciScoop been around?
Drog started this site under the name of Sci-Fi Today, the evening of November 17, 2002. After six months, he handed the site over to rickyjames effective May 1, 2003. Rickyjames changed the site name to SciScoop to reflect more of a science journalism emphasis, retaining the SFT archive too. Rickyjames took the lead on day-to-day operations for the site, later sharing it with several other superusers (apsmith, Sweetwind, janra). Rickyjames then handed over the reins to David Bradley Science Writer (aka Sciencebase) in April 2005). Four years later, after a period of incredible growth, Sciencebase has now consolidated, rehosted, and redesigned SciScoop to ready it for the next decade.
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